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What to know about online dating sites

If you’re looking for love, chances are you’ll at least consider—if not turn to—online dating sites. But how can you make a successful romantic computer connection? Experts say that one key is picking the right dating sites. First, consider the old adage that you get what you pay for. Free sites may be more appealing to those who are just looking. Sites that charge a monthly fee may attract people more interested in a real relationship. Deciding what you’re truly looking for in a partner can help narrow your choices. Read More….

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Five reasons to worry about the ShadowBrokers hack

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans

WikiLeaks is getting headlines with its CIA documents, but leaks from the ShadowBrokers on possible National Security Agency hacking tools may be far more consequential. Since August, the group has been dropping apparent NSA hacking tools, outing NSA operations and …

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Money transfer hack: Threat is real and what to do about it

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans Remittance transactions in the UAE continue to be vulnerable to hackers and financial institutions must work closely with intelligence units in order to mitigate the risk of customers losing millions of dirhams to cybercriminals, a currency firm said. The UAE … The post Money transfer hack: […]

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Nobody know how dangerous online dating really is—and dating sites won’t talk about it

We’re dating differently now. Often on multiple apps at once, users can swipe through dozens of profiles every minute and plan multiple dates, whether in hopes of a love match or a hook-up. Decisions to meet arise from limited information: A convenient location; a sultry glance captured in pixels; a mutual interest in “banter.” In 2014, Tinder users were spending as long as 90 minutes a day on the site. But fake profiles abound, sexual predators use the sites, and some common online dating behavior—like meeting alone after scant acquaintance, sharing personal information, and using geolocation—puts users at risk. Read More…. View full post on Dating Scams 101

NC man accused of stabbing children argued with wife about cheating, sheriff says

The man charged with stabbing his two young daughters to death had argued with his wife about cheating allegations shortly before the girls were killed, Hoke County Sheriff Hubert Peterkin said. Tillman Freeman, 30, entered the Hoke County courthouse Monday wearing a bulletproof vest and showing no emotion. He faces two counts of first-degree murder. Freeman’s daughters 2-year-old Serenity Freeman and 4-day-old Genesis Freeman were found stabbed to death. “He drove it about 200 yards into the wood line, where he repeatedly stabbed those two little girls to death,” the sheriff said. Read More….

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Arizona dad teaches 9-year-old son important lesson about bullying

It’s a moment every parent dreads: the day their child comes home from school in tears, explaining that a student at school bullied them.

That’s exactly what happened to 9-year-old Bodi Irvine from Gilbert, Arizona, last week.

When the young boy’s father, Isaac, heard what happened, he was furious — but he also used it as an opportunity to teach his son, and other children like him, an important lesson. Now his message is going viral.

“You got bullied today, huh?” Isaac asked his son in a Facebook video, which has been viewed nearly 60,000 times. “What happened? You want to talk about it?

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Opelousas man arrested after texting 14-year-old about sex

An 18-year-old man has been arrested for what authorities say were inappropriate text messages to a 14-year-old girl, including “you better be worth risking going to jail.”

The St. Landry Parish sheriff’s spokesman, Maj. Eddie Thibodeaux, says George Thomas Wiley III of Krotz Springs is free on $13,500 bond after his arrest Thursday on charges including computer-aided solicitation of a minor.

Sheriff Bobby Guidroz says in a news release that a parent called detectives after checking the girl’s text messages.

Guidroz says the jail comment came after a question about the girl’s age.

He says Wiley acknowledged sending the texts to the girl and to receiving a picture of her breasts through Snapchat.

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Questions Every CEO Should Ask About Cyber Security

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans

Online presences are ever growing, but one element of online growth that isn’t increasing at the same rate is the knowledge and awareness of cyber-security. It’s vital all business organisations, large and small ask the right questions when initiating the …

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Harlem Globetrotter talks to students about bullying prevention

Harlem Globetrotter Julian “Zeus” McClurkin spoke with over 300 students at a filled gym at Dallas Elementary School on Monday afternoon about the ABCs of bullying prevention.

McClurkin visited as part of a Magic 93 contest that second grade teacher Kimberly Smith entered. The presentation was on a theme that they talk about a lot at school, Smith said.

The ABCs of bullying prevention — or Action, Bravery and Compassion — were the topic of a discussion that included a few basketball tricks and a lot of laughter. McClurkin engaged the kids with questions, stories and tricks.

“A” means action, or going to tell a teacher, McClurkin said.

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Kyle man pleads guilty to knowing about child’s abuse and death

His wife is accused of killing a child in Kyle back in 2015 and on Friday, he admitted to knowing about the abuse and not doing anything about it.

44-year old Mitchell Wisecarver pleaded guilty to misprison of a felony as part of a plea agreement with the United States.
According to the factual basis statement, Wisecarver and his wife took custody of the child in October of 2014.
Wisecarver says his wife, Lori repeatedly abused the child mostly due to potty training issues.
The child later died from blunt force trauma to the head and abdomen.
Wisecarver says he was aware of the abuse, but failed to intervene and report it to authorities.

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